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[liberationtech] Help Puerto Rico use tech for social good

elham gheytanchi elhamucla at hotmail.com
Sun Apr 8 16:37:25 PDT 2018


1. Provide cheap durable mobiles to farmers and blue-color workers —> allows these communities to stay connected and know the market for the goods they provide without the involvement of the middle-man

2. Conduct short, concise workshops/ podcasts easily accessible on Radio for all involved in the agricultural sector —-> to increase awareness about food security and clean water.

Thank you Yosem.



Sent from my iPhone

On Apr 8, 2018, at 4:20 PM, Yosem Companys <ycompanys at gmail.com<mailto:ycompanys at gmail.com>> wrote:

Dear friends and colleagues,

  *   How should the Puerto Rican government use technology to improve quality of life and socioeconomic development, especially in the poorest and most vulnerable communities?

I would appreciate your emailing me as soon as possible one-sentence proposed actions in the format of "Do X with Y to achieve Z." Feel free to share links to any case studies or articles that may show their successful implementation elsewhere.

Your proposed actions could apply to any societal sector including and not limited to:

  *   Accountability;
  *   Affordable access to Internet, Web, mobile, or mesh, among others;
  *   Agriculture;
  *   Disaster relief;
  *   Economic growth and development;
  *   Education and training, whether primary, secondary, higher education, vocational, or online;
  *   Entrepreneurship;
  *   Environment;
  *   Food;
  *   Health;
  *   Housing that's affordable but can resist storms;
  *   Jobs;
  *   Manufacturing;
  *   Open data;
  *   Open governance;
  *   Pharma/Biotech;
  *   Privacy;
  *   Public safety;
  *   Security, physical or cyber;
  *   Transportation; and,
  *   Water.

Please share with your closest 1-million friends, post on all your social media accounts, or email to all your other lists.

I truly appreciate your help.

Thanks,
Yosem
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